Direct link to ImageShareConceptually similarView AllView more with similar tones Traffic outside Flinders Street Station, about 1935. Melbourne's busiest intersection - the corner of Flinders Street and Swanston Street. In amongst the motor vehicles, trucks and trams are horse-drawn carts. Opposite the Flinders Street Station main entrance [domed building on the right] is the Princes Bridge railway station [top left]. Swanston Street crosses Princes Bridge to become St Kilda Road. In the middle distance is the Shrine of Remembrance. Bottom left: Shows the strip of lawn outside St Paul's Cathedral with public seating provided for tired pedestrians. PICTURE: H. H. FISHWICK, Fairfax PhotographicFile (Syd): Glass Plate Negative collection Date filed: c.1935Neg no: D/6/18/12 (P.1181)Photography by H H FISHWICKNeg Ref: D/6/18/12 (P.1181)Scanned from glass platePhotographer:HERBERT FISHWICKSee all of this photographer's imagesImage ID:FXJ333353Categories:Historic-Travel/Tourism/PlacesKeywords:1930s-B&W-exterior-Flinders Street Station-glass plate negative-Skyline-trafficAdd to cartDownload Zoom res. (TR3)DownloadRelated Collections:Melbourne. Always.Glass Plate Negative CollectionMelbourne In the 1920s and 1930sSelect usageWhat type of print?